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Ag Policy Outlook
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Jan 21, 2015 03:15 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Things will be different in Washington, D.C., this year, but there appears to be only a small, glimmering light of hope on trade to reflect any serious change in the political posturing.

2015 already is shaping up to be a year of veto threats from President Barack Obama and a push by the Republican Congress to override him while simultaneously dialing back his executive orders.

Despite six years of rancor, Obama has issued only two actual vetoes in his presidency, the lowest number from a president since President Warren Harding, whose presidency was less than two years. ...

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